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Twice The Love at Mario's on Valentine's Day

Valentine's Day is a special time to spend a romantic meal with your beloved. Head off to Mario's and whisper sweet nothings to each other as you enjoy steak and baby prawns, tenderloin steak topped with prawns sauteed in garlic and olive oil or pan seared salmon with mango salsa and carrot puree. These delectable meals come with cream of cauliflower with beets crisps and strawberry cheesecake.
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Mario's Baguio offers 3 entree choices of spiced broiled salmon or crab stuffed prawns or USDA beef tenderloin. This comes with crecy soup and strawberry cheesecake triffle.



Mario's
191 Tomas Morato Street
Quezon City
(02) 415-3887

Mario's
16 Upper Session Road
Baguio City
(074) 4424241 


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